This session presented examples of those developing the infrastructure for large-scale systems change financing (e.g. a Systems Change Financiers network; a new stock exchange opening this year in Scotland with a social finance focus; a new approach to an investment fund; and a new insurance product aimed at preventing forest fires).
This session covered some of the challenges in applying technology effectively, including five very common and very bad ideas for tech.
This session showcased how the World Toilet Organisation put the neglected taboo of Shit on the media centerstage and triggered a global movement beyond its own capacity.
Embracing Complexity: Towards a Shared Understanding of Funding Systems Change (2020 Skoll World Forum Recording)
Based on 130+ interviews with social entrepreneurs and funders, this effort underlines the imperative for a new culture and practice of philanthropy.
Drawing from the experiences of the presenters and attendees, this event discussed the various ways to help people become change-makers themselves.
This session explored how social entrepreneurs, governments and the UN system can work together to scale solutions by 2030.
This session introduced a new, fully SDG conscious, Innovative Finance Solution being developed and driven under the Catalyst 2030 initiative. It aims to make affordable working capital available to proven social ventures in order to help them to grow their operations and increase their impact.
This 2020 Skoll World Forum session provided an introduction to the Catalyst 2030 movement, its structure, and goals.
The 2020 Skoll World Forum was transitioned to a virtual format due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Catalyst 2030 members are hosting several sessions, so please join us!